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Jesper Just (born 1974 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish artist, who lives and works in New York, NY. From 1997 to 2003 he studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Jesper Just’s films are brief and compressed, yet leisurely and atmospheric all at once.
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Discover Jesper Just at Perrotin. 2008 - Romantic Delusions Brooklyn Art Museum, New York - Romantic Delusions, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris - Romantic Delusions, U-turn, Kunsthallen Nikolaj, Copenhagen - A Voyage in Dwelling, Victoria Miro Gallery, London - La Casa Encendida, Madrid.
Romantic Delusions, by Jesper Just. Film noir meets the Hollywood musical in the short films of Danish artist Jesper Just. for multiple addresses, separate by commas).
Jesper Just's films are moody, atmospheric narratives often with ambiguous and unresolved storylines. Amsellem, Patrick, ed. Jesper Just: Romantic Delusions. exh. cat. essay by Bill Horrigan. Thematically, his film works revolve around the complex inter-relations between sexuality, love and cinema. Many of his older films specifically question conventional notions of masculinity. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 2008.
Sequence Jesper Just often incorporates unexpected shifts in storyline to provide deeper understanding. New York: Brooklyn Museum, 2008
Sequence Jesper Just often incorporates unexpected shifts in storyline to provide deeper understanding. Your story may take a surprising turn. New York: Brooklyn Museum, 2008. This is the exhibition catalogue for the Brooklyn Museum show. Jesper Just film stills courtesy of the artist and of Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, and Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen. This exhibition is organized by Patrick Amsellem, Associate Curator, Photography, Brooklyn Museum.